Today I’m to talking Andy Mort. Andy was introduced to me by my previous guest, Cat Rose. She suggested him because he also hosts a podcast and so I listened to his show and thought it would make for an interesting conversation.
Andy is a UK-based musician and writer. He makes and performs music as Atlum Schema and is also the founder of SheepDressedLikeWolves.com; a Blog and Podcast dedicated to encouraging introverted and highly sensitive people to embrace their creativity and push against the expectations of an often overwhelming world. Andy is a multipotentialite business owner (he runs an online membership site for introverts/HSPs, and is in the process of launching one for songwriters), and also a part-time undertaker! I’ll make sure to ask him about that one too.
In this episode you’ll learn :
- How he discovered he was an introvert.
- How he’s not all about doing things for money. He has to care about what he’s doing beyond a way to make money.
- About coming up with an ‘upper enough’ income goal (I love that !)
- How he is grateful to be able to make music, especially with his friends.
- And how his introversion relates to his side job as an undertaker 😉
3 Golden Nuggets:
- He’s a morning person and likes to take advantage of the early morning to have a moment with himself where he can write for the blog and podcast and is also now journaling, missing only 9 days this year.
- Favorite tool: Buffer to schedule social media post which allows him to prepare them when he is most inspired.
- Book: Essentialism by Greg McEwen and Everything I Know by Paul Jarvis.
Other links and resources mentioned in this episode:
- Website – http://www.sheepdressedlikewolves.com
- Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/andy.mort
- Twitter – @
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